Wishbone Chair

Inspired by Hans J. Wegner
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The Product


Wegner's Wishbone Chair has turned into a furniture plan symbol justifiably. Moderate elements are impeccably combined with the complicated handwoven seat, making a perfectly interesting seating answer for homes and organizations the same.


Maybe the most engaging element of Wegner's renowned Wishbone Chair is its capacity to easily hoist any space it graces. The plan is intended for flexibility. It looks similar to a sleek kitchen. Regardless of whether your space is modern, moderate, contemporary, or retro, the Wishbone Chair will bring delicacy and appeal.


The magnificence is genuinely in the subtleties with regards to Wegner's Wishbone Chair. Each seat is high quality, as proven by the amazingly unpredictable seat, which is woven by hand by our craftsmen. We desire that you'll utilize your Wishbone Chairs consistently before passing them down to people in the future.


Also called the Wishbone Chair - because of the particular state of the back-rest support - Wegner's Wishbone Chair is one of the most renowned symbols of mid-century Danish plan. The seat's plan is a work of art of dazzling effortlessness. Wegner made the Wishbone Chair in 1949 as the remainder of a series motivated by artistic creations of Danish dealers in Chinese Ming seats. With its bent back legs tightening to join the back rail, its outline stays by a long shot the most notable of those seats. The Wishbone seat is a moderate's joy, with a light yet solid and rich casing combined with a paper-line seat that is agreeable to sit on. Its standing settles on it a famous decision for a portion of the world's best lodgings and eateries.

Painted beech in a glossy silk/semi-shine get done with Danish paper string seat makes it look more luxurious. None required assembly, it comes completely collected

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The Specs

  • Product Dimension H29.5 in x W21.8 in x D20 in (Arm Height: 28 in)
  • Width 21.8 in
  • Depth 20 in
  • Heigth 29.5 in
  • Seat Height 17.3 in
  • Product Weight 11.9 lbs
  • Packaging Weight 13.2 lbs
  • Material Painted beech in a satin/semi-gloss finish with Danish paper cord seat
  • Base Material Beech
  • Packaging 22.8 in x 21.3 in x 30.3 in
About The Designer
Hans J. Wegner

Known as the "Master of Chairs' ', Hans Wegner was one of the most persuasive and driving figures around interior design through the 1940s to 1960s. His most notorious and unmistakable work is regularly to be viewed as what's essentially called "The Chair ''. Whenever utilized in the 1960 US political race banter among Kennedy and Nixon, the Chair's (and Wegner's) acclaim detonated.

It was a long way from his main work. All through his life, Wegner planned north of 500 seats, with 100 of those going into large-scale manufacturing. Consolidating productive usefulness with an undeniable eye for an inside plan, a portion of Wegner's other most popular works incorporated the Ox Chair, the Wing Chair, and the Shell Chair.

Given the open door from the get-go in his profession to work for Arne Jacobsen, Wegner had the option to refine his abilities under one more of Denmark's driving planners. His ability was evident, and following quite a while he laid out his studio and began planning his "Chinese" seats, which would prompt one more of his most famous pieces, the Wishbone Chair.


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